Prof Freddie Ssengooba’s Interview on the SPEED Project’s Work


SPEED-“Supporting Policy Engagement for Evidence-Based Decision Making,” is a consortium of five partners led by the Makerere University School of Public Health (MakSPH) in Uganda, in partnership with the Institute of Tropical Medicine of Antwerp, Belgium, and the Human Science Research Council in South Africa. Additional partners in Uganda include the Economic Policy Research Centre, Uganda National Health Consumers’ Organisation and the National Planning Authority. The project endeavours to strengthen capacity for policy analysis, advice and influence at MakSPH and partner institutions and contribute to accelerating progress towards universal health coverage and health systems resilience in Uganda.

In this interview, Prof Freddie Ssengooba gives a brief on what the SPEED project does.